Looking to God
WITH GOD’S INTERVENTION, the prolonged Alexandra School impasse will soon be over.
This was the message from evangelist Courtney Selman of Prayer Warriors Fellowship and Worship Centre yesterday as teachers, students and parents prayed for a quick end to the row between principal Jeff Broomes and some teachers.
Speaking to the SATURDAY SUN after the meeting at the St Peter school, Selman declared: “We have heard from the unions. We have heard from the Ministry of Education. We have heard from the Prime Minister. God is stronger than any Prime Minister, any union leader, any teacher or any principal. We believe that God is intervening right now and the matter will be resolved as soon as possible.”
All of the issues surrounding the impasse that has disrupted the school since January 4 were taken to God through the prayer meeting.
Broomes attended the hour-long afternoon meeting during which some people held hands, some looked sad and others wore expressions of dissatisfaction about the way things were going at the school.
Tears flowed from some students while others rushed to hug and embrace the principal.
On Thursday Minister of Education Ronald Jones said only Heaven knew when the impasse would end.
“If I was able to tell you that, I will be able to tell you when Christ is coming back.” (AH)